At Te Miro Bay you will see a path marked Oneroa, via Nick Johnston Drive.
Return to the turnoff for Paihia and the Bay of Islands and continue north another 15 minutes to the town centre.
Pack just an overnight bag (and any valuables) as there is not much room for luggage in the cabins!
A seven week self-drive tour throughout New Zealand. services are personally met at the airport by our friendly professional representative.
Be sure to let me know your preferred activity level, so that I can adjust the itinerary accordingly. You will receive at the airport a comprehensive Deluxe Travel Pack.
Leave your large luggage pieces locked out of sight in the boot of the car.
Check-in by 12.30pm at the Fullers office in the Maritime Building on Paihia Wharf and then park your car – ask directions from the check-in staff and for the free shuttle to pick you up from the Free Carpark which is about 3 kilometres north, or there is a Long Term Car-park up by the Police Station – prepay for a 24 hour ticket with cash only.
Or, enjoy fantastic coastal and vineyards views on horseback as you ride from Kataitia Bay through The Coastal Track on Waiheke Island has the added bonus of vineyard cafes and beaches en route!
From the wharf, walk along the beach and follow the green and yellow markers around the coast.
Rare species include the Takehe (previously thought extinct) the Kakapo (near extinct) and the Saddleback, etc.
The ferry departs from the Ferry Building at 9am and returns at 4.45pm.
Alternatively you catch the ferry to Waiheke Island and hire a scooter.